Practice using a Paper Cone Teaching Session 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
The illustrations below show more sophisticated patterns made with
the contact method Beginners should first practice the falling
method before proceeding to more complicated designs. The contact
method is used when you want to vary the thickness of the lines.
Hold the cone as you would hold a pen, with the tip in contact with the surface and at an
angle of about 30 to 45 degrees. Draw lines as though you were drawing on paper with a
pen. Control the thickness of the line by adjusting the pressure of your thumb. Squeezing
harder makes a thicker line.